EndNote/PubMed News Alert

March 25, 2011

Thomson Reuters
March 23, 2011

The PubMed connection file included with EndNote X4.0.2 for both Windows and Mac places the full journal name in the Journal field rather than the abbreviated journal name.

The Medical terms list in EndNote keys on the abbreviated journal name for presenting the appropriate variation in your bibliographies. By replacing your X4.0.2 PubMed connection file with this copy, you will restore the journal name substitution with the terms list. Read the rest of this entry »


USC ITS Unveils USC Wireless Plus

March 25, 2011

Did you know that there are now two wireless networks available at USC?  USC Wireless is the older of the two and is an open network available to anyone with a wireless device.

The new USC Wireless Plus is a faster, encrypted wireless network, available only to USC account holders. Read the rest of this entry »


NLM Announces Emergency Access Initiative to Support Medical Efforts in Japan

March 21, 2011

The National Library of Medicine (NLM) has announced the activation of the Emergency Access Initiative in support of medical efforts in Japan following the devastating earthquake and tsunami.   Read the rest of this entry »


Full Access to Faculty of 1000 Available

March 16, 2011

Good news! The entire on-line content from Faculty of 1000 Biology and Medicine and the publication, The Scientist is now available through the Norris Library. Read the rest of this entry »


Online Version of AMA Manual of Style Added

March 1, 2011

Do you know how to cite a web site in your bibliography?  How about the way to cite a DVD or newspaper article?  If you’re uncertain about these and other stylistic questions, take a look at the online version of the AMA Manual of Style: a guide for authors and editors.  Recently added to Norris Library’s eResources, it will guide you to producing well-organized, clear and readable manuscripts. Read the rest of this entry »